Tuesday, May 17, 2022
(Week 20)

1973 Holidays

The most common (Federal) holidays of the United States (USA) in 1973 are listed below.

DateHolidayDayDays to go
January 1, 1973New Year's DayMonday-
January 15, 1973Martin Luther King DayMonday-
January 20, 1973Inauguration DaySaturday-
January 24, 1973Belly Laugh DayWednesday-
February 2, 1973Groundhog DayFriday-
February 12, 1973Lincoln's BirthdayMonday-
February 14, 1973Valentine's DayWednesday-
February 19, 1973Presidents Day and Washington's BirthdayMonday-
March 6, 1973Mardi Gras Carnival
(New Orleans)
Tuesday-
March 11, 1973Daylight Saving
(Start)
Sunday-
March 17, 1973St. Patrick's DaySaturday-
April 1, 1973April Fool's DaySunday-
April 20, 1973Good FridayFriday-
April 22, 1973EasterSunday-
April 22, 1973Earth DaySunday-
April 23, 1973Easter MondayMonday-
May 5, 1973Cinco de MayoSaturday-
May 13, 1973Mother's DaySunday-
May 19, 1973Armed Forces DaySaturday-
May 28, 1973Memorial DayMonday-
June 10, 1973PentecostSunday-
June 11, 1973Pentecost MondayMonday-
June 14, 1973Flag DayThursday-
June 17, 1973Father's DaySunday-
July 4, 1973Independence DayWednesday-
July 22, 1973Parents' DaySunday-
September 3, 1973Labor DayMonday-
September 9, 1973Grandparents' DaySunday-
September 11, 1973Patriot Day or September 11thTuesday-
September 16, 1973Stepfamily DaySunday-
September 17, 1973Citizenship DayMonday-
September 28, 1973Native American DayFriday-
October 8, 1973Columbus DayMonday-
October 16, 1973Boss's DayTuesday-
October 20, 1973Sweetest DaySaturday-
October 31, 1973HalloweenWednesday-
November 4, 1973Daylight Saving
(End)
Sunday-
November 11, 1973Veterans' DaySunday-
November 22, 1973ThanksgivingThursday-
November 23, 1973Black FridayFriday-
November 26, 1973Cyber MondayMonday-
December 7, 1973Pearl Harbor Remembrance DayFriday-
December 25, 1973Christmas DayTuesday-
December 31, 1973New Year's EveMonday-
See more holidays in other years, click on one of the links below or view the 1973 calendar.


View or download the 1973 calendar.

See also the 1973 Calendar.


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